Month: April 2014

Real Bodies in Real Life

In 1928 Evans Pritchard observed, “In ethnological accounts the dance is usually given a place quite unworthy of its social importance. It is often viewed as an independent activity and is described without reference to its contextual setting in native… Read More ›

Dialect Blog

The Accents and Dialects of English

john hawks weblog

culture, language, science

The Human Evolution Blog

Professor Nathan H. Lents and His Students Discuss Human Origins

George Lakoff

George Lakoff has retired as Distinguished Professor of Cognitive Science and Linguistics at the University of California at Berkeley. He is now Director of the Center for the Neural Mind & Society (

Raw rantings on dance origins, evolutions, and lost forms

Doug's Archaeology

Investigating the Profession and Research


culture, language, science

Welcome to the AAA Blog

Conversations in Anthropology

Archaeology 3D

Towards a 3D documentation of the archaeological heritage


What a cultural anthropologist thinks about.

Ambidancetrous: The Blog

culture, language, science

Savage Minds

Notes and Queries in Anthropology